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The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 35 No. 34 April 21, 1986

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 35 No. 34 April 21, 1986, issue contains:

POLITICAL CLIMATE IN PUNJAB NEEDS IMPROVEMENT:
Rajiv-Longowal Accord Must Be Implemented Fully

Bizarre Suggestions About By Some M.P.s: Working For A Community’s Good Not Communalism

CALL FOR BOYCOTT OF HINDUS A MAD ACT: Prosperity Of Sikhs Linked With That Of Hindus

Anandpur Sahib firing toll higher says PCFD report

EDITORIAL
Very Poor Show

The Khalsa Cult and its Symbol-cum-Discipline by Lt. Col. Gulcharan Singh (Retd)

‘In Punjab, national stakes are very high’: The causes of the trouble are both political and economic’; Speech delivered by Sardar
Surjit Singh Barnala, chief minister of Punjab, at the meeting of the National Integration Council

The, nucleus of Punjab crisis is political: New awakening on Punjab is called for by Sardar G.S. Chadha, Advocate

Improvement on Punjab front, says report

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Terrorism in Punjab by B. S. Mainee, Advocate, G.S. Chadha, Advocate, Lt. Col. Manohar Singh (Retd.), New Delhi

RSS’s Chief Advice by Omprakash Kohli, Bombay

Uncalled for Criticism by Avtar Singh, Amritsar

Birmingham Student, Exchange Group Visits India

Honey can cure all ailments by Rajesh Bhambi

Prof. G.S. Talib passes away

Indian Club at Drupa ‘86

10% increase in Indo-German trade in 1985

Communal Frenzy Being Whipped Up In Punjab: Bridges Between Hindus and Sikhs Must Be Kept Intact

Citizens’ Justice Committee will not assist Misra Commission

















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